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Reunion: A Supernatural Thriller by [Bennington, Jeff]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 718 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Nexgate Press; 1 edition (14 Mar. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004S7AR0E
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #204,371 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This exciting paranormal thriller, from Indiana author Jeff Bennington, is (I'm guessing) partly influenced by Stephen King classics such as Carrie and the Dead Zone. Reunion begins with a Columbine-style school massacre, carried out by mentally-scarred student David Ray. The plot then cuts forward twenty years to follow the lives of seven survivors of the massacre; Tanner Khan, Kate Tooley, Bryan Jacobs, Maria Vasquez, Lana Jones, Nick Tooley and Noah Berkeley. All have suffered severe trauma in some way, and this is brought into sharp focus once the decision has been made to hold a 20-year anniversary reunion in the (now derelict) Crescent Falls School. Needless to say, supernatural forces are very much at work...
The author voice is clear and literate, with great characterisation, and there are quite a few twists and turns before the plot proceeds to its exciting and chilling climax.
If I had one slight complaint it would be the use of the multi-viewpoint, almost as if we're following half-a-dozen secondary characters as opposed to one or two main protagonists. However this is a subjective opinion and I know there are many who love the Tarantino-style multi-viewpoint approach.
Will a UK publisher take this one up? I hope so.
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Another book that I bought a while ago, I was putting off reading it due to the school shooting concept.
I am so gald I got around to reading it though, it was excellent. I loved the way the author built up the characters and that time was taken over the actual shootings themselves without being too over the top. I read this in 1 sitting, very rare for me indeed, have only done this 3 times in total and funnily enough, they have all been indie authors. The thing I loved most about this book was the way the second half of the book played out. I don't want to spoil it for others but I thought I knew what was going to happen and boy, was I wrong! Great book, will definately read more from this author.
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Reunion is a well-balanced and exciting psychological thriller, which maintains enough plausibility with the introduction of the paranormal to effortlessly hold my attention. There is a realistic balance of dark and light, blue and grey, love and hate, which is sustained throughout this insistent page turner. This is one of those agitating books that guards direction less from the reader than from its very strong and believable cast, though there is surprise enough. I say cast deliberately, because if ever a book was born for the screen this is it. Film producers take note, this is a golden script. I don't give five stars unless to me a book is flawless, it isn't, but it is one mighty good week-end read.
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The portrayal of the characters was excellent, getting an insight to their lives since the shooting. David Ray was responsible for killing class members, and finally turning the gun on himself-
This goes on to show how it had affected the survivors during the past years; it gives that realistic feel as you get to know them. The character I feel was most effected was Nick who lost somebody very close to him, and turned to the bottle. They all found it difficult meeting for the Reunion, but there were strange happenings and sightings ... And a big twist, which nobody could possibly see coming, after this I really couldn't put the book down, but many old wounds opened up as demons from the past resurfaced, and relationships and yet more lives are put in jeopardy- I don't want to say any more as I feel this is a book you need to read for yourselves to appreciate all its intricacies- I've read many books in the past- but would have to say this- being one of my favourites-
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I downloaded this book one afternoon when browsing the top free books on Amazon. I hadn't heard of the author, but the reviews were positive and the concept interested me. The story focuses on the survivors of a high school shooting who reunite 20 years after the event.

The first part of the book, that focuses on the shooting itself is really well written, you feel fear for those students, but also, surprisingly a little empathy for the killer - this grows as we learn more about his childhood later on in the book.

The concept itself is interesting, and perhaps controversial (especially for an American audience). I didn't quite `buy' the idea of where the reunion was held (I won't say where as don't want to spoil the story) and the supernatural element, initially was a bit far fetched for me. But I did get a real feel for the relationships the students formed, and the after effects on their lives were believable and thought provoking. The slight twist in the story was good, and I hadn't anticipated it at all.

All in all, despite perhaps being a little on the long side for me (and I recognise this is just preference!) this book was a good read, eerie in places, thought provoking and a really interesting concept. I've downloaded another of Bennington's books and will be reading soon, - once I've got through the next lot of Christmas purchases!
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Reunion is the 2nd book i have read by this author.

The book is about a group of people who decided to have a reunion 20 years after a young lad ( David Ray) goes on a murderous rampage at their high school before killing himself. Soon people are dying and very strange things are happening.And some people swear they are seeing the ghost of David Ray but are they.....

Reunion reels you in from start to finish.This is supernatural at its best...Full of twists and turns that will keep you guessing til the very end.

A brilliant book written by a very talented author.

Highly recommended!!
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